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job seekers. these second-hand suits have been donated. here in the seoul studio, they are taking pictures for posting online. open closet launched its web site last month. job hunting students can select a suit they like and rent it with a click. the fee is about $10. they are only charged for delivery and cleaning. compared to buying a suit, it's dirt cheap. costing a fraction of the retail price. about 1 million south koreans look for work every year. many pay more than $300 for a suit they wear at job interviews lasting a few minutes. that's where open closet spotted a business opportunity. yoon visited the company to donate her suit. she wore it two years ago on her first day of work. the manager of open closet says that renter and donors can share suits, but also tips and values through their service. he asked yoon to leave her message. >> translator: this suit is special to me. it reminds me of the excitement and passion i felt on my first day. i hope it can transfer that positive energy to everyone who wears it and i hope they land those jobs. >> reporter: you can share ki
!" camera and tries to take it into a private suite, then throws it on the ground rid under david koch. rolling stone reporter matt taibbi on "greed and debt: the true story of mitt romney and bain capital." what mitt romney represents, this economics that seized massive composition heading up toward a tightening of the bill everywhere else. >> all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from tampa. tropical storm as it is heading north after battering the gulf coast with heavy wind and rains. more than 730,000 people remained without power in louisiana and mississippi after isaac slowed to a crawl and lashed the area on wednesday. 60% of residents of new orleans have gone without power and some neighborhoods saw flooding, the city's rebuilt levees helped prevent a repeat of the mass devastation of hurricane katrina seven years ago. among the areas to see flooding was plaquemines parish, where surging waters flooded homes and businesses. goingon't know what we're to do, but we're going to sta
... ted southern is putting on his space suit.southern says: so once i get this far into the suit, you really face commitment. it's a prototype of the suit he hopes to sell to the handful of companies planning to fly tourists into space.southern says: they'll concentrate a lot on their capsule and the rocket. but the space suit is often, you know, a secondary thought. (08) ...which presents an opportunity for southern and his russian business partner --moiseev says: i have developed space suits all my life. a man who claims to be the only person to test just about every space suit ever made. they work out of a small office in nondescript building... designing a suit they tell us is more ácomfortableá and áaffordableá than those the astronauts have traditionally worn.moiseev says: the cheapest suit, reliable, and lightweight. jones says: it's the start of a new era in space exploration, and it's a very good development for space exploration as a whole. experts say these smaller start-ups will end up elping the entire industry.jones says: the more innovati
to make her own health care choices, they want to take us back to the policies more suited to the 1950s than the 21 century. the decisions that affect a woman's health are not up to politicians. they're not up to insurance companies, they're up to you. and you deserve a president who will fight to keep it that way. >> also joining the president is sandra fluke, the law school student that was targeted by rush limbaugh. >> this election will decide whether the rights that generations of women fought for will be rolled back. president obama has our backs, and now we have him. but the romney camp is fighting back declaring that the health care law is a war on religion. >> president obama used his health care law to declare war on religion. forcing institutions to go against their fate. >> in 1979, a son of poland, poke words that would bring down an empire. >> when religious freedom is threatened, who do you want to stand with? >> one issue not going away is the controversial political add. the spot released earlier this weak links mitt romney to a woman's cancer related death. the man in
to rename suite 1, the most majestic in the park, sweeping views of the day and the city -- it is now going to be the tony bennett suite. come by for a visit. [applause] we love you, tony. [applause] >> thank you, larry. i have to find a way to make it down to that sweet this season -- suite this season. i think we know the most popular place to watch a giant game is going to be this city. our city is blessed with many wonderful one-of-a-kind institutions that are no less part of san francisco than the golden gate bridge, such as the world's longest-running musical revue, "beach blanket babylon." yes. [applause] so we have a special treat for you today. "beach blanket babylon" together with mayor lee have created a special musical tribute to tony bennett in honor of all the things he has done to our city -- done for our city. i'm honored to present this to our friend, tony bennett. ♪ >> ♪ the fabulous tony bennett home the world all seems to know sang a song about this town and it left our city of low -- aglow grammy awards, and the awards, and a kennedy nominate a star on hollywood and
passed him over for a key job at immigration and customs, in favor of her friend, dorr schriro.the suit says - quote "schriro enjoyed a long standinn relationship with the secretary. plaintiff believed he was being replaced in his duties because of this relationship and because he was not female."an affidavit in support of the suit, alleges a lewd come-on by another high ranking napolitano appointee - ice chief of staff suzanne barr. quote : "at some point during the conversation, i witnessed suzanne barr turn to senior ice employeeááblankááand state, 'you a sexy [expletive deleted]!" she then looked at his crotch and asked a question about his anatomy. several employees laughed nervously."in another affidavit, a second male approaching him with an offer of a sex act. the suit also alleges barr removed the entire contents of the offices of three male employees and put them in the men's bathroom.colwin says: "i know there have been 2 affidavits so far, but we haven't heard anything from defense, and you know there's always two sides to every story, especially in these types
is exactly what i get at embassy suites. more space... more down time. more e family time. more me time. more me time. more me time. because the more more i have, the more i have to have... more. [ female announcer ] more room. complimentary drinks. free breakfast. embassy suites. get more. >> said this week was supposed to be about tax reform in the senate finanance committee. on the front pagege of friday's washington post, a reporter explains special interests prevailed and mananaged tsay that many of their favorite. if you of the winners included some strongly supported by the business community like research and development funding, but the sena voted to keep tax cuts for owner of nascar tracks. there were also some losers, including first-time home buyers and the district who will no longer get a special tax break and wind energy companies. congress discovered many of those rebates were going to companies overseas. electric golf carts will no longerer be eligible for special tax breaks. taking on these issues, we are joined oncagain n by barbara lang from the d.c. ch
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less of less. ♪ and that's exactly what you'll get at embassy suites. more free breakfast, more for my money, more deliciousness, more hearty guffaws... [ guffaws ] because more than enough more is never enough more. more coffee? what do you think? [ female announcer ] free breakfast. more room. complimentary drinks. embassy suites. get more. >>> thunder struck opened this week around the country starring d.c.'s kevin durant. >> when they said, we want you to be in a movie, were you like, how is this going to work out? >> that's what i said. i have trouble with commercials. how am i going to do a movie? and i read the script and it felt like me, like stuff i was doing. i felt like it was catered to me. i'm glad i did it. i was skeptical at first. a little shy. but i stepped outside my box and had fun. >> winning that olympic gold, fresh often the trip to the olympics in england, can you tell us what that experience was like? >> i really can't describe it in words. unbelievable to have that gold around your neck and u.s.a. across your chest. something that not too many can say thee done
. and the more more i have, the more i like having more. and that's exactly what i get at embassy suites. more post-meeting celebrations, more complimentary drinks, more for my money... mmm, more bar snacks... ♪ more olives. definitely. i want so much more it's more more than a mortal man can handle. now that's more like it. [ female announcer ] complimentary drinks. free breakfast. more room. embassy suites. get more. >>> welcome back to the washington area nissan dealers sports xtra. >> preseason games are a necessary evil for some nfl vets, but every year a handful of players earn their spot on the roster through the preseason games. aldrick robinson could be one. last night aldrick made a big case for the spot on the final roster, caught six passes for 149 yards including this touchdown in the 4th quarter. the second year player who was a member of the practice squad in 2011 showed off his speed and ability to make catches in traffic. the head coach is taking notice with the first round of cuts scheduled for next sunday. >> not only do you have to be a good receive, but you really got to
more. and that's exactly what i get at embassy suites. more post-meeting celebrations, more complimentary drinks, more for my money... mmm, more bar snacks... ♪ more olives. definitely. i want so much more it's more more than a mortal man can handle. now that's more like it. [ female announcer ] complimentary drinks. free breakfast. more room. embassy suites. get more. drop in the middle of the floor the >>stanley: of this black nissan also have caught the attention of the opposite from the hayward office of the california highway patrol. there were a few things wrong. >> if you're living in california and have to register your car in california and a california driver's license. >>stanley: there are many people from around without a state license plates. some >>stanley: of the then federal and state grants, vehicle registration fees are the only way the state funds at law enforcement the disease. the state of california is asking for your health. if you know someone is cheating the system and not paying their fair share by getting their vehicle registered in california, y
commissioner is one that the suspected shooter was wearing a suit. he was wearing a business suit, carrying a brief kais when the shooting occurred. what also we know now that we can report is that there was a dispute going on for a year between jeffrey johnson, the suspected shooter, and the victim. the 41-year-old man who he shot and killed. some sort of dispute was happeng beten em a their rkplace. hasan imports where they made jewelry and women's apparel. they say the were legal complaints between the two of them going on for the last year in this, and that is what we know. do so knothat one of the other victi tha w sh b not kied again, the nine ot shot e and one of them was from north carolina. police do not know yet where the rest of them were from, and the police believe that the suspected shooter only had one gun. a .45 caliber handgun with a magazine that could hold eight bullets. now the reason why police believe that some of the other victims that were shot and injured possibly were shot by police fire is because they looked at the capacity of the handgun of the suspected shoote
we are working on a new space suit to market towards new commercial space industry. >> it's a start of a new era in space exploration. >> tonight, reaching for the stars and trying to turn a profit into business of space. but we begin tonight with word that the u.s. unemployment rate has moved in the wrong direction. i'm bill hemmer, in tonight for shepard smith. good evening. the labor department reports today the jobless rate rose from 8.3% in july. that's up a tenth of a point from the month before. here is a chart he showing how the rate has risen over the years. you can see back in 2007, before the recession hit, the unemployment rate was under a%. but for the last few years, we have been holding steady at greater than 8%. in today's rise, in that unemployment rate came even as the labor department reports u.s. employers made 163,000 new hires last month alone. that's the highest rate that number has been in five months. the news sent stocks soaring today. dow was up 217. nasdaq gained 58 in the s&p 500 picked up 26 points. all of today's economic news is especially important,
that the authors, who are one of the plaintiffs, did have standing in making is a class action suit. what happened was everything was going along for several years and the judge got promoted to the appeals court but this is one of his last outstanding cases, and he decided that the original settlement was not good, so he threw it out and everybody had to start over, they had to refile the suit. the aap decided to file it in a different way from the author's guild. there will rumors there were going to be separate settlements. so now that the authors guild has standing, it will essentially keep chugging along and it's possible they may be moving towards a trial date in september but we just don't know. so, developments are slow. just as they were many years ago. so, at. >> host: at the end of all of this, who is it going to affect and how? and how will consumers -- will they get better access to books? >> guest: it's hard to say because what is also happening is that google has become less of a player in the digital book space than it was in 2005. at the time publishers and authors feared that all
suited to the hazards of the job. >> i suppose there are so many opportunities up here to take an airplane and to go out and get into trouble, even by good people, good professional people. there are so many ways to get into trouble, from the snow conditions, if you're operating in the winter, operating on the float plane, which we do. how do you know that the lake has deep enough water in it to land and what happens when the winds are adverse? is it going to blow you up into the trees and break your wing tip off, all this kind of stuff? no, it just requires attention to detail and i think a professionalism, not -- if you're going to be a daredevil or try anything, this is the wrong profession to be in. >> reporter: he is going to fly us into the bush country. as you probably gathered, airplane is the only way to get there. alaska is breathtakingly beautiful. n]♪ n]♪ >> reporter: in terms of things to do up here, i shall not want. choreographed helicopter flight will take you to a glacier for a picnic lunch. alaskans are a strange breed. this is considered to be a great day
from nashville that gsa conventioneers were staying at luxury suites. >> is there a gsa employee at the presidential suite? >> i don't know. >> it's over 3,000 a night. >> i don't know. i would hope not. >> reporter: we knocked on a presidential suite door. no answer. we did find signs identifying the gsa smart cards conference. and back at the general jackson, we found the man who said his company booked the entire cruise. >> is this with the gsa conference? >> it is not. >> who is paying for all this? >> reporter: he said there is no association with gsa. >> i signed the contract. i have it here in my hands. >> we want to see the travel expenses, what is the cost of the conference, what are the awards given out at the conference. >> reporter: today, congressman dennen didn't back down. >> we continue to investigate not only this conference but the same conference they did last year where they spent $1 million. >> do you have anything you want to update about the nashville thing? we couldn't find anything to nail it down. >> no, nothing new. i would add, i would just reiterate t
athletes. >> we added texture to the suit to make it faster. so if you look really close, there's dimensions to it, texture to it. so it turns out smooth, does not equal fast. shaves off 0.023 seconds. this is not just a difference between first and second place. this is the difference of being on a podium or not. >> we've got more olympics ahead. we're going to meet the swim champion who needed heart surgery just to make it to london. bthursday.led up on a the perfect use of the 7th inning stretch. get that great taste anytime with kingsford match light charcoal. [ music plays, record skips ] hi, i'm new ensure clear. clear, huh? my nutritional standards are high. i'm not juice or fancy water, i'm different. i've got nine grams of protein. twist my lid. that's three times more than me! twenty-one vitamins and minerals and zero fat! hmmm. you'll bring a lot to the party. [ all ] yay! [ female announcer ] new ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. twenty-one vitamins and minerals. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. refreshing nutrition in charge! as part of a heart healthy
at a major international airport in a wet bathing suit. glad you're up watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. email us, let me know what you're doing up at this hour or do what the amazing helen gurly brown always did is text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. did i say @williegeist? that's the handle. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session, a lot to tell you about, the latest on the shooting near the campus near texas a&m university. >>> plus first lady goes on leno to discuss some things, included the botched kiss cam at the university of texas basketball game. >>> we begin with politics, where the republican national committee added another high-profile name to its speaking roster. new jersey governor chris christie will deliver the keynote address. in an interview, governor christie said his speech will revolve around the theme of shared sacrifice and will focus more on making the case for the election of mitt romney rather than simply attacking the policies of president obama. >>> on the campaign trail it was a busy day for romney's running mat
, the reservation is under a. bear. how yogi wound up checking in to the nature suite. have a luxury suite for you. you.check out this bear wandering an empty hotel hallway in new mexico.it looks like he entered the hotel through a back door that was left propped open. the moral of the storyyis play dead in a bear attack, but step one is keeping your doors closed. a mixed bag for our weekend weather. weather. let's go to tony pagnotti for the extended forecast. the orioles 20-year-old phenom makes his debut...see how manny machado did in his first game...plus the preseason begins for the ravenn...find out which ravens quarterback threw 3 touchdowns...next in sports unlimited... breaking newssout of howard county tonight.police say a man wanted on a warrant in baltimore was shot and killed by an officer in columbia it happeneddjust before eight o'clock tonight. get more on this story on fox45 morning news. 3 3 that's all for the late edition, i'm jennifer gilbert. here's morgan adsit, sports unlimited starts right now. it only took 2 years...now manny machado's up in the bigs...making his
that ferrari. saturday the starters will suit up for probably 30 to 35 plays or roughly a half. this is good news for rg3 fans who want to see the face of the franchise's workload. that will more than double in this game. last game the rookie took more than 14 snaps. griffin's teammates are eager to see what the next chapter brings in chicago. >> we all want to see more from him. you know, we ran the ball a little bit on the sideline waiting for him to throw the ball, throw the ball. you got to throw it a little bit. we're waiting for e flow to get opened up more. i'm excited seeing him out there. i'm always out there waiting for him to drop back and make something happen. >> running back tim hightower and roy helu are out for saturday night's game which is good news for rookie alfred norris, the all time winning rusher from his school. norris carried the ball 15 times for 54 yards against the bills. saturday is a new challenge running against the first team run and at this point everything is just gravy for the rook. >> i came from a 1-11 team, so actually getting drafted is a blessing in i
these images of a man in a white hazmat suit wearing a blue baseball cap using tools to cut through a wall in order to get to the automatic teller machine. it was around 2 a.m. when police got the call for an alarm at the bank. 12 hours later investigators were still processing the crime scene. at one point they called in the fire department to make sure the building was structurally sound. just last friday around the same time police found a similar crime scene at bank of america in the 2600 block of connecticut avenue northwest. in this video released by the fbi the man appears to be wearing the same suit with a mask and gloves and the hood pulled over his head. at 1 point standing on something to -- one point he was standing on something to get access to a fixture on the wall. >> these are brazen break-ins and to do it twice within one week in the district that's why together with the metropolitan police department we ask for the public's help to help us solve this. >> reporter: a little over a year ago may 24th someone tried to pull the same caper at the same connecticut avenue bank i
and a little less of less. ♪ and that's exactly what you'll get at embassy suites. more free breakfast, more for my money, more deliciousness, more hearty guffaws... [ guffaws ] because more than enough more is never enough more. more coffee? what do you think? [ female announcer ] free breakfast. more room. complimentary drinks. embassy suites. get more. >>> baby news from monterey bay aquarium one of the sea dragons gave birth to a better a native fish of eastern australia a male sea dragon can carry fertilized egg through gestation 88 s began hatching the last of the newborn's arrive this week. >>> they began back in july to hatch out, that's a lot of work for the man. native to the coast of eastern australia. a lot of people collect them for their aquarium. in the bay area 75 at concord in oakland 65, 64 at sfo a beautiful day and throughout the bay area we have a clear view of the golden gate bridge and the transamerica pyramid. visibility improved after a system went through yesterday. as a result clipped crystal clear skies. increasing sunshine and warmer temperatures high near 100 de
at on your bill. no word if the romney campaign will follow suit. >>> there are growing concerns about interest weather in the republican national convention in tampa next week. the state of florida is a cone of uncertainty. the tropical storm has hit the dominican republic today and could develop into a hurricane. it could hit the tampa bay area next week. >>> the solar company will be sold and the attentive deal in the works to buy the building in fremont it's been empty since the file for bankruptcy last year. no word on with the tech firm will do with the complex. the athletics pitcher and not take the mound for the rest of season. he's been busted for performance enhancing drugs yesterday. he was suspended for 50 games. he tested positive for high levels of testosterone. his teammates last night appeared stunned at the news. >>> surprising and absolutely shocking. >>> i'm proud for him to take the rap that he took. >>> dear ken two people, that is all you can do. >>> this attention not only of some our for the rest of the regular-season the potential playoff games and possibly som
is standing up here in a suit, the guy's not in the suits in the background are the ones really doing the work. we look for the next couple of years to finishing at. thank you. [applause] >> to complete the building, we are taking the nation's. we have the san francisco general hospital foundation. they have been working very hard looking for donors. we want to acknowledge the board president, some of the board members. connie shannon, jennifer bilko, and all of there supporters. we want to recognize them. they are going to help us finish. i would like to introduce the chairman of the board of directors for the san francisco general hospital foundation. she has just been working really hard seeking those donors to complete this project. >> [laughter] the concept of a moving building is a little -- terrifying. and wonderful. always when i'm out in the community, i feel so proud. and i really hope all of you do. the guys from the city and the fire department -- because this hospital is preeminent in every field in every way. we care for patients in a compassionate and cutting edge way that is ju
of brown stones, ted southern is putting on his space suit. >> once i get this far into the -- you really face commitment. >> it's a prototype of the suit he hopes to turn to the handful of companies planning to fly tourist into space. >> i concentrate a lot on the capsule and rocket. the space suit is often, you know, secondary thought. >> which presents and opportunity for southern and his russian business partner. >> i could develop space suit life. >> a man who claims to be the only person who test just about every space suit ever made. they work out of a small office in a non-disscript building designing a suit they tell us is more comfortable and affordable than those the astronauts have traditionally worn. >> must be the cheapest suit. and light weight. >> it's a start of a new era in space exploration. it's a very good development for space exploration as a whole. >> experts say these smaller start-ups will end up helping the entire industry. >> the more motivation and cost efficiency you bring to the business of space tourism. that includes the space suit designs, the better nasa
'll get at embassy suites. more free breakfast, more for my money, more deliciousness, more hearty guffaws... [ guffaws ] because more than enough more is never enough more. more coffee? what do you think? [ female announcer ] free breakfast. more room. complimentary drinks. embassy suites. get more.
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, chevron faces a related lawsuit. three attorneys filed suit yesterday on behalf of nine richmond residents. the suit claims they suffered illness and emotional distress and accuses the company of being grossly negligent in the way it handled means leading up to the fire. separately nearly 9000 people have already filed liability claims in an effort to get chevron to reimburse them for medical fees or property damage. a community meeting called keel richmond is planned for this evening to discuss the impact of the fire. it is set to begin at 6:00 at the space center for performing arts. >> performance enhancing drugs are overshadowing the san francisco giants once again to bora for petit games. he joins us from the news room to explain how this might affect the rest of the team's season >> today the giants will decide what to do about adjusting its roster which could mean changes for the team. at this point the brat season is over after testing positive for testosterone. >> he hit one of long way >> he will miss the final 45 games of the regular season and serve the rest of his suspension a
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